It's no secret that Coco Lane celebrates slower living, winding down and appreciate the small moments that give everyday meaning and value; todays beautiful story is all about that! A slow afternoon together preparing lunch, savouring the moment and just being there in that moment.
From Elaine: At the Loom Curated Workshop in Catskills, New York, we photographers were given the opportunity to shoot a real couple spending a slow afternoon together. This pair had spent the last ten years together, and this cozy kitchen was the perfect setting to display their intimate, lived-in love. The minimal, neutral styling kept the environment organic and relaxed, keeping the focus on the interactions of the couple. Rather than posing and controlling every movement, Ginny gave them the room to interact in their own natural way, which allowed us to capture their love in its honest, authentic state. All of the emotions and the way they touched were genuine and so beautifully unique to them. Their love was palpable, and this session will be one that will stay with me for a lifetime.
Photographer: Elaine Chang Photography | Workshop: Loom Curated | Creative Direction: Ginny Au | Art Direction: Kaela Rawson | Food Styling: Tess Comrie | Hair + Makeup: Amy McVey | Creative Assistant: Emily Michaels King | Wooden Boards: Make & Stow | Lines + Pottery: Farmhouse Pottery | Location: Table on Ten